Sydney Architecture Images- Harold Park

Rozelle Tram Depot historical images gallery.

  See also
Harold Park history
Harold Park Redevelopment
Harold Park history from the air
Glebe early maps
Harold Park historical images
Rozelle Tram Depot
Rozelle Tram Depot historical images
Rozelle Tram Depot historical from the air
Sydney Tramsheds Gallery
Former Tram Depots of Sydney
 
The front elevation of the tramcar sheds and yard in 1948 and an O Class tram exiting the tramcar shed in 1910. The photograph shows the original arrangement of the opening to the shed.
The office area and garden of the depot in March 1929. The prize winning garden comprising an array of formal beds of annuals set within lawn and interspersed with shrubs.
The now removed monument to staff who served in the Great (First) World War set within the now removed garden at the depot, not dated but probably 1929.
The now removed office of the depot in March 1929.
The junction of the tram tracks leading to the depot with the signal box and waiting shelter in 1954. Beyond the high paling fence is the Leger area of Harold Park.
The tramway approach to the depot in the 1950s. The photograph shows a number of
weatherboard sheds, offices and shelters within the yard of the approach tracks. Beyond the high
paling fence is Harold Park and its system of suspended electric light pendants for the night trotting
meets. The area depicted was changed completely in the mid 1990s.

 

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Reference- Harold Park Heritage Study, Paul Davies & Associates.